DNB sees investors take an increased interest in shipping

If you ask DNB's Global Head of Shipping, Christos Tsakonas, the last 12 months have been good for the sector as investors have started taking an interest in the shipping sector again. But another topic steals his focus and time at the moment – the energy transition.

Christos Tsakonas, global head of shipping at DNB. | Photo: DNB

Nordic banking major DNB currently sees a renewed interest in the shipping sphere from investors, but there is another factor that takes the spotlight at the minute – sustainability.

In an interview with ShippingWatch, the bank's global head of shipping, Christos Tsakonas, says that the Norwegian bank currently sees a "renewed and increased interest on the equity side where investors are taking interest again in shipping because of favorable valuations."

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